At this year's CES, Samsung unveiled curved OLED display smartphones. And since the news that LG and Samsung are bringing this cool tech to the primetime spread, the rumor mills are abuzz. Now, information about specifications of Samsung's curved display device, Galaxy Note 3 Active, is making rounds on the internet.
According to the guys over at AndroidSas, the device from Samsung will feature a quad-core processor, 2 gigs of RAM and a 4.7" 720p display. It will come with an 8 MP snapper at its back with dual LED flash to contribute to its low-light shooting abilities. As expected, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is the operating system of choice for the device by Samsung. There is no info about the battery capacity of the device but considering Samsung's history, it is safe to say it won't be meager.
There is no official confirmation of the info and neither the source has a lot of proof so this should be taken with a heavy pinch of salt. Knowing Samsung is supposed to reveal the device by the end of this month, it shouldn't be long, now, before we get to know the device officially.